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  • Civil Engineering



    The program aims to educate cadets to gain an insight into the fundamentals of science and engineering in that they can find solutions to Civil Engineering problems and develop their computing, communication and problem-solving skills through the development of teamwork, innovative and leadership qualities. The department consists of three chairs: The Construction, Hydrology and Transportation Systems.


Courses Offered

Code Course Title Contents D/S
İN2103 Statics Introduction to Statics and Vectors 4
Equilibrium in Plane 8
Center of Gravity  4
Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies in Plane 8
Truss and Frame Systems in Plane 8
Cables 4
Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies in Space 8
Friction 4
Virtual Work 4
İN2201 Dynamics Kinematics of particles 9
Kinetics of particles: Force-Mass-Acceleration 3
Kinetics of particles: Work and Energy 3
Kinetics of particles: Impulse and Momentum 3
Kinetics of bodies 2
Kinetics of particles: Special Topics 1
Mechanical Vibrations 6
Plane Kinematics of Rigid Bodies 3
Plane Kinetics of Rigid Bodies 6
Plane Kinetics of Rigid Bodies: Work and Energy 3
İN2202 Strength of Materials I Introduction and Principles of Strength of Materials 4
Internal Forces 8
Stress and Strain Analysis 8
Mechanical Properties and Constitutive Equations 4
Normal Force 4
Sheare Force 8
Moment of Inertia 4
Torsion 8
Bending 8
İN2203 Materials Science Atomic Structure and Atomic Arrangements 4
Crystal Structures 4
Amorphous Structures 1
Solid Solutions 1
Atom Movements  and Atomic Diffusion  2
Phase Transformations and Phase Diagrams 2
Mechanical Proporties of Materials 12
İN2204 Geology for Civil Engineer Concepts of Geology and Crustal 2
Major Minerals and Properties of Minerals 2
Rocks and Igneous Rocks 2
Metamorphic Rocks 2
Sedimentary Rocks 2
Geological Materials Used in Buildings 2
Structural Characteristics of Rocks 2
Earthquake Geology 2
Hydrogeology 2
Weathering of Rocks 1
Mass Movement and Landslide Geology 1
Geology of Tunnels 2
Geology of Dams 2
Geology of Foundations 2
İN3101 Soil Mechanics Introduction to Soil Mechanics, Physical Properties of Soils 8
Soil Classification 4
Soil Compaction 4
Principle of Effective Stress 8
Permeability and Water Flows 8
Stress Distribution in Soils 4
Consolidation 4
Shear Strength of Soils 4
Slope Stability 8
İN3103 Fluid Mechanics Dimensional Analysis 3
Basic Concepts 3
Hydrostatic 6
Fluids Kinematics 3
Basic Equations of one Dimensional Flow 3
One Dimensional Flow of Ideal Fluids 6
One Dimensional Flow of Real Fluids 6
Two Dimensional Flow of Ideal Fluids 6
Two Dimensional Flows of Real Fluids 3
İN3102 Strength of Materials II Plasticity 3
Failure Criteria 3
Bending and Shear 6
Eccentric Normal Force 6
Elastic Curve 9
Torsion and Bending Moments 3
Energy Methods 6
Elastic Stability 3
İN3104  Theory of Structures I Determinate Plane Trusses  3
Support Reactions 3
Internal Forces 3
Analyses of Fixed Loaded Isostatic Systems 6
Three Hinged Arches and Frames 3
Hinged Compound Systems 3
Trusses 3
Mixed Systems 2
Random Loads 1
Influence Lines 6
Deformation and Displacement 6
İN3106 Building Materials Clasifications of Construction Materials 1
Timber 2
Metals 5
Polymers 4
Clay Based Materilas 3
Binding Materials 3
Cements 6
Aggregates 3
Concrete 9
Concrete Mix Design 3
İN3201 Foundation Engineering Lateral Earth Pressures and Retaining Structure 6
Site Investigation 6
Bearing Capacity of Soil 3
Spread Footings 3
Strip Foundations 3
Mat  Foundations 3
Pile Foundations 6
Caissons Foundations 3
Soil Stabilization 6
İN3203  Hydraulics Flow Through Pipes  9
Uniform Flow Through Open Channels 9
Nonuniform Flow Through Open Channels 9
Local Variations at Surface of Water 6
Channel Controls 3
Model Theory 3
İN3202 Reinforced Concrete I Introduction to Reinforced Concrete 6
Loads Acting on Concrete Elements 3
Beams 9
Columns 12
Shear Design of Concrete Elements 3
Beam-Column Joints 3
Example of Concrete Frame Design 3
İN3204  Theory of Structures II Force Method 18
Displacement Methods 21
İN3205 Surveying   Introduction of Surveying and Equipments Used in Surveying 6
Traversing 9
Levelling 9
Detail Measurements 6
Application 9
İN4101 Steel Structures I Production of Structural Steel 8
Structural Steel Connections 16
Tension Members 8
Compression Members 8
Plate Girders and Connections 4
Trusses 4
Roof Structure 4
İN4102 Reinforced Concrete Strctrs II Reinforced Concrete Slabs 12
Foundations 12
Concrete Shear Walls 6
Earthquake Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures 6
Example of Reinforced Concrete Building Design 3
İN4103 Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation Population Estimation Methods 3
Flow Characteristics 3
Water Conveyance 6
Water Storage 3
Water Supply Network Design 6
Wastewater Collection 6
Flow Channels 3
Wastewater Channel System Design 9
İN4104 Railway Engineering Transportation Systems 3
Properties of Train 3
Forces Acting on Train 6
Train Dynamics 6
Geometric Characteristics of Railway Lines 6
Route Survey 6
Superstructure 3
High Speed Railways 3
Urban Railways 3
İN4105 Construction Management and Site Layout Preparation to Construction and Zoning Law 3
Bidding Types and Preparation of Bidding  Documents 3
Building Sites 6
Work Schedules 6
Machinery in Construction Sites 6
Unit Price Application and Progress Payment Reports 3
Unit Assesment and Quantity Survey  6
Building Audit and Substantial Completion 3
Workers' Health and Safety at Work 3
İN4201 Graduation Project Project Work 26
İN4202 Water Resources and Hydrology Definition of Hydrology 2
Rainfall and Infiltration 8
Runoff 4
Groundwater 6
Hydrograph Analysis 8
Dams 12
Energy Dissipators 4
Water Power Plants 4
Irrigation and Drainage 4
İN4204 Highway Engineering and Earthwork Characteristics of Drivers-Pedestrians-Vehicles 4
General Properties of Highway Traffic 4
Geometric Standards and Design Traffic of Highways 4
Highway Location and Horizontal Alignment 4
Vertical Alignment and Curves 8
Horizontal Curves 8
Cross Section Areas 4
Volumes of Fills and Cuts 4
Earth Moving 8
Drainage 4
İN SAP200 Introduction to Computer Software Used in Design of Structure 3
General Features of SAP 2000 3
Bar Elements 3
Shell Elements 3
Concrete Frames 3
Dynamic Analysis 6
Example of Concrete Frame Solution 3
Example of Concrete Foundation Solution 6
Example of Concrete Building Solution 9


Laboratories of the Department of Civil Engineering


Laboratory installation is in progress in order to redound analytical thinking and foundations of engineering point of view, ability to conduct the core information of math, science and civil engineering, ability to use the modern techniques and tools for civil engineering applications, and ensure consolidation of the theoretical knowledge available in Civil Engineering Undergraduate Program through practices.

Construction Materials Laboratory

It is aimed to identify physical, chemical, and engineering characterization of the building blocks of all kinds of buildings, consolidate the theoretical knowledge by making applications in the lab, and compare theoretical results with the practical results by using the required methods in Material Sciences, Building Materials, Concrete I/II classes.

Transportation Laboratory

It is aimed to examine the structures as basic, sub-base, base and covering in terms of physical and engineering, teach the theoretical knowledge about planning and constructing of those kind of structures by making applications in the lab environment, , and compare theoretical results with the practical results by using the required methods in Earth Works, Railway Engineering, Highway Engineering courses.

Geotechnical Laboratory

It is aimed to identify physical, chemical, and engineering characterization of the construction land of all kinds of buildings and teach the theoretical knowledge by making applications in the lab, and compare theoretical results with the practical results by using the required methods in Soil Mechanics, Foundation Engineering, and Construction Geology courses.

Hydraulics Laboratory

It is aimed to examine the continuous and terrestrial energy losses in pipe flows, current varieties and forms of behavior, obtain the data needed for any water facility or the use of water by conducting experiments on issues such as gravity well and unit hydrograph, and compare theoretical results with the practical results by using the required methods in courses such as Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulics and Hydrology.



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